Wake Forest’s quarterback transition already was going to be a difficult one this fall.
Next in line was oft-injured Kendall Hinton, who has a career 53.5 percent completion rate and has thrown eight touchdowns against six interceptions in three abbreviated seasons. Although Hinton is a threat with his legs, the jury is still out as to whether he can lead a college offense.
But now that transition will be a massive challenge, as coach Dave Clawson will have to begin the season with a quarterback who has never started a college game. That’s because Hinton (along with reserve tight end Thomas Cole) has been suspended for the first three games for violation of team rules.
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